Cambodia Sustainable Livelihood
for Indigenous Communities Project

Project
objective

To improve the livelihoods of indigenous people (IP) through implementation of innovative rural livelihoods development programs, including farming, off-farm and non-farm activities.

we consult with stakeholders to make the CSLICP initiative as relevant as possible to the local contexts  

Environmental and Social Management Framework
( ESMF )

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The ESMF establishes principles, rules, guidelines and procedures to assess the environmental and social risks and impacts of project activities.

Stakeholder Engagement Plan
( SEP )

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The SEP discusses the process of sharing information and knowledge, seeking to understand and respond to concerns of potentially affected individuals and groups, and building trust and constructive relationships.

Stakeholder Engagement Plan serves two purposes:

1 ) ensure a consistent, comprehensive, coordinated and culturally appropriate approach to engagement is undertaken.

2 ) fulfill all relevant legal and regulatory requirements of Cambodia 

Environmental and Social Commitment Plan
( ESCP )

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The ESCP outlines the material measures and actions, any specific documents or plans, to be carried out by ADIC, as well as the planned scheduling for each activity.

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ADIC has received US$2.75 million in grant funding from the Japan Social Development Fund (JSDF), administered by the World Bank, for implementing the Cambodia Sustainable Livelihood for Indigenous Communities Project. The CSLICP is being implemented during 2021-2026.

ADIC is seeking to recruit for several positions to support the CSLICP activities.
The responsibilities and accountabilities of each position are detailed below.

National Procurement Consultant (ADIC-CSLICP-SC-014)

Cambodia Sustainable Livelihood for Indigenous Communities (P174951)

The objective of the CSLICP is to improve the livelihoods of the targeted indigenous communities in the provinces of Ratanakiri and Mondulkiri, through innovative farming practices, complemented by off-farm and non-farm activities.

Application Deadline:
July 17, 2021

Qualifications

  • At least Bachelor’s degree in business/Administration, Economic, Civil Engineering, or other relevant fields.
  • At least 5 years of procurement working experience in public sector and/or donor-financed projects as well as be familiar with the Royal Government of Cambodia’s Standard OperatingProcedures on Procurement for All externally financed projects/programs inCambodia. Having experience in procurement with ADB/EU/the World Bank’s financed projects would be an asset.
  • Be highly proficient in English and interpersonal skills.
  • Have good computer literacy in MS Offices, Email, Internet and etc.
  • Have experience in making reports both in Khmer and English

Responsibilities

  • Be aware of “World Bank Procurement Regulations for IPF Borrowers” (July 2016; Revised November 2017and November 2020) (“Procurement Regulations for IPF Borrower – 4th Edition”) prepare the procurement documents for Goods, Work and service contracts based on the approved procurement plan, including the preparation of Invitations for Bids, advertisements, Requests for Quotation documents and Request for Proposal documents.
  • Support the project manager and the consultants of the team in preparation of terms of reference for consultant services, technical specifications for goods, the evaluate the bids/proposal
  • Ensure that all procurement is carried out in accordance with the agreed procedures, including the GrantAgreement, the World Bank Procurement regulations of IPF Borrowers andGovernment Standard Operating Procedures and the Procurement Manual forExternally Assisted Program/Project, as applicable.
  • Organize bid/proposal openings and evaluation meetings, and prepare bid-opening reports and evaluation reports including EOI report and technical proposal evaluation report.
  • Receive & respond to all clarification requests received during the bidding period on behalf of the Project Manager.
  • Prepare the contracts, prepare minute of contract negotiation report and arrange for contract signing.
  • Monitor the timeliness of the procurement and delivery of goods, works, and services in accordance with the approved Procurement Plan and the Project Implementation Action Plan.
  • Ensure that an effective filing/record keeping system is established for all procurement activities.Maintain a contract register and procurement tracking with updated key procurement information on all contracts procured under the Project.
  • Assist the Project Manager in regular reviews of the procurement system (STEP and MS Excel spreadsheet). Identify gaps and shortcomings in the system. Recommend specific improvements for increasing efficiency, transparency and accountability in the administration, management and monitoring of procurement within the Project.
  • Organize capacity building on WB procurement procedures of the project manager, the finance officer and other relevant staffs to be able to organize by themselvesthe next tender the following years of the project.
  • Perform other tasks required by project manager and executive director.
View the complete job description for details on expected outputs.
Interested candidates are requested to submit the updated curriculum vitae and cover letter with three referees by email with subject line “Application for National TVET Coordinator_ADIC-CSLICP-SC-008” and attention to following address info@adicentre.org and copy to iloeur2@gmail.com and soeun.cham@gmail.com. The cover letter and CV must be submitted no later than the 15th of July 2022.

National Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Coordinator

Cambodia Sustainable Livelihood for Indigenous Communities (P174951)

The objective of the CSLICP is to improve the livelihoods of the targeted indigenous communities in the provinces of Ratanakiri and Mondulkiri, through innovative farming practices, complemented by off-farm and non-farm activities.

Application Deadline:
July 15, 2022

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in agri-food processing, entrepreneurship, or related fields.
  • A minimum of 5 years of experience as field coordinator in Cambodia, particularly in north-east region (familiarity with TVET is an important asset).  
  • Experience in working with governmental institutions and local authorities in Cambodia, particular on ICs and agriculture related sectors.
  • Excellent social skills for building relationships with a variety of stakeholders
  • Ability to coordinate a field team
  • Organizational skills, rigor, excellent communication skills.
  • Creativity, and ability to take adequate initiatives
  • Fluency in Khmer and English

Responsibilities

  • Provide information for community members about the project, at the start and during each quarter.
  • Coordinate with other agencies for exploring opportunities for collaboration in TVET.
  • Provide on-the-job coaching to the PAR Coordinators and support them in their reporting.
  • Harmonize the interventions and the fieldwork of selected ICs.
  • Regularly assess the risks at the different stages of project operations
  • Support the preparation, and apply in the field, the plans for risks mitigation.
  • Notify theProject manager of any incident related to the Project.
  • Perform other activities as assigned
View the complete job description for details on expected outputs.
Interested candidates are requested to submit the updated curriculum vitae and cover letter with three referees by email with subject line “Application for National TVET Coordinator_ADIC-CSLICP-SC-008” and attention to following address info@adicentre.org and copy to iloeur2@gmail.com and soeun.cham@gmail.com. The cover letter and CV must be submitted no later than the 15th of July 2022.

Project Manager

Cambodia Sustainable Livelihood for Indigenous Communities (P174951)

The objective of the CSLICP is to improve the livelihoods of the targeted indigenous communities in the provinces of Ratanakiri and Mondulkiri, through innovative farming practices, complemented by off-farm and non-farm activities.

Application Deadline:
July 15, 2022

Qualifications

  • At least Master’s Degree in agriculture and related fields
  • A minimum of 5 years of experience as a Project Manager/Program Officer (lead project) for a project development in Cambodia.
  • Experience working with governmental authorities and local authorities in Cambodia.
  • Experience in working with ICs, ACs and agricultural development.
  • A background in agri-business and private sector on related fields would be an asset.
  • Excellent social skills for building relationships with a variety of stakeholders
  • Ability to manage a field team
  • Experience in M&E, baseline and end lines studies.
  • Organizational skills, rigor, excellent communication skills.
  • Creative, and take initiative.
  • Fluency in Khmer and English

Responsibilities

  • Lead the planning, implementation and coordination of all the project’s activities on a day-to-day basis, according to the Grant Agreement and the project’s implementation manual with the view to attain the project’s development objectives (RF attached).
  • Participate in the staff recruitment process and manage the project team (project hired consultants and ADIC’s CSLICP staff) in close consultation with the project’s Senior Management Committee (SMC).
  • Liaison with and regular contacts with the technical implementation entity (localNGO’s) and donor partners (World Bank) as well as with the provincial and national authorities (MLMUPC, MAFF, MoC).
  • Ensure project’s compliance with Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF)including Stakeholders Engagement Plan (SEP) and Environment and Social Commitment Plan (ESCP).
  • Ensure that all staff under his or her supervision work to identify and manage environmental and social risks and impacts in consultation with beneficiary Indigenous Communities(ICs). Organize Project Management Team (PMT) meetings, including the agenda proposal and follow-up actions to decisions taken.
  • Analyze the results obtained within the M&E framework, and propose program adjustments as necessary.
  • Manage and supervise project fiduciary works including procurement works and project financial management, disbursement and auditing.  Collaborate closely with the project Finance manager (planning and control of the expenses, according to the budget approved upon)
  • Ensure execution of internal controls and promote compliance with the Grant Agreement,Project Implementation Manual (PIM) and policy and procedures for the project team including training, education, and mentoring to the project team including the project hired consultants.
  • Lead preparation of project progress reports
  • Performed other activities including cross cutting areas as assigned
View the complete job description for details on expected outputs.
Interested candidates are requested to submit the updated curriculum vitae and cover letter with three referees by email with subject line “Application for Project Manager_ADIC-CSLICP-SC-001" and attention to following address info@adicentre.org and copy to iloeur2@gmail.com and soeun.cham@gmail.com. The cover letter and CV must be submitted no later than the 15th of July 2022.

National School Bio-Garden Coordinator

Cambodia Sustainable Livelihood for Indigenous Communities (P174951)

The objective of the CSLICP is to improve the livelihoods of the targeted indigenous communities in the provinces of Ratanakiri and Mondulkiri, through innovative farming practices, complemented by off-farm and non-farm activities.

Application Deadline:
July 15, 2022

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in agriculture or related fields.
  • A minimum of 5 years of experience as field coordinator in Cambodia – (experience in Northeast region is an asset).  
  • Experience in working with government institutions and local authorities in Cambodia.
  • Familiarity with community and/or school bio-gardens in Cambodia
  • Excellent social skills for building relationships with a variety of stakeholders
  • Ability to coordinate afield team
  • Experience in M&E, baseline and end lines studies.
  • Organizational skills, rigor, excellent communication skills.
  • Creativity and ability to take initiatives.
  • Fluency in Khmer andEnglish

Responsibilities

  • Inform community members  about the project, at the start and during each quarter.
  • Provide on-the-job coaching to the PAR Coordinators, to support them in their reporting.
  • Coordinate with other agencies for exploring opportunities for collaboration on bio-gardening.  
  • Harmonize the interventions and the fieldwork of selected ICs.
  • Regularly assess the risks at the different stages of project operations
  • Support the preparation and apply in the field the plans of risks mitigation.
  • Notify theProject manager of any incident related to the Project.
  • Perform other activities as assigned
View the complete job description for details on expected outputs.
Interested candidates are requested to submit the updated curriculum vitae and cover letter with three referees by email with subject line “Application for National School Bio-Garden Coordiinator_ADIC-CSLICP-SC-007” and attention to following address info@adicentre.org and copy to iloeur2@gmail.com and soeun.cham@gmail.com. The cover letter and CV must be submitted no later than the 15th of July 2022.

Field Participatory Action Research (PAR) Community Coordinator (3 positions)

Cambodia Sustainable Livelihood for Indigenous Communities (P174951)

The objective of the CSLICP is to improve the livelihoods of the targeted indigenous communities in the provinces of Ratanakiri and Mondulkiri, through innovative farming practices, complemented by off-farm and non-farm activities.

Application Deadline:
July 15, 2022

Qualifications

  • High School’s Degree in agriculture or related fields.
  • A minimum of 2-3 years of experience as a community worker and/or facilitator in a community in Cambodia on agriculture and IPs, particularly in the north-east region.  
  • Experience in working with governmental authorities and local authorities in Cambodia, particular on ICs and agriculture related sectors.
  • IP person, women would be preferred
  • Current residence in the area or in target provinces would be an advantage
  • Excellent social skills for building relationships with a variety of stakeholders
  • Ability to work with a field team
  • Organizational skills, rigor, excellent communication skills.
  • Creative, and take initiative.

Responsibilities

  • Inform IC members about the project implementation plan and activities, at the start and each quarter.
  • Through extensive field stay, engage and build trust with the community people and local authorities
  • Explore the potential needs in horticultural development in the respective communities.
  • Regularly assess the risks at the different stages of project operations
  • Support the preparation, and apply in the field, the risks mitigation plans.
  • Notify theProject manager of any incident related to the Project.
  • Perform other activities as assigned
View the complete job description for details on expected outputs.
Interested candidates are requested to submit the updated curriculum vitae and cover letter with three referees by email with subject line “Application for PAR Coordinator_ADIC-CSLICP-SC-004” and attention to following address info@adicentre.org and copy to iloeur2@gmail.com and soeun.cham@gmail.com. The cover letter and CV must be submitted no later than the 15th of July 2022..

General Procurement Notice
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◉ Procurement of Goods
Procurement of office furniture, materials for demo-farms, materials for water salutation initiatives, materials for school gardens and signage.
estimated cost: US$0.3 million


◉ Procurement of Consulting Services
Selection of consulting firms for: Financial Audit firm
estimated cost: US$0.03 million

Individual national and international consultants for the project implementation support at national level and community level (Project Manager, Finance, Procurement, International Technical Advisor etc.) 
estimated cost: US$0.36 million

 National Consultant for Finance Officer 
( Individual Consultant Selection  )

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Request for Expressions of Interest
( REOI )
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Terms of Reference
( ToR )
Application Deadline: 30 March 2022

DURATION:
48 months (Service Contract)

LOCATION:
Phnom Penh office, with occasional travels to the target provinces (Mondulkiri and Ratanakiri)


QUALIFICATIONS:

A Master’s degree in account/finance

◉ Experience in using accounting software
(i.e. QuickBooks, or Sage 50)

◉ Experience in taxation and tax paymentHave good knowledge in the field of financial management, accounting and auditing

◉ At least 5 years of working experience in NGOs sector or projects funded by the World Bank or ADB and other development partners in Cambodia

◉ At least 3 years of working experience in public sector and/or donor-financed projects 

◉ Fluency in written and spoken English

__________

Interested candidates are requested to submit an updated CV and cover letter with three referees by email with subject line:

“Application for National Consultant for Finance Officer_ADIC-CSLICP-SC-015”

send email to: info@adicentre.org
CC: iloeur2@gmail.com; cham.soeun@gmail.com

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